THE NON STANDARD ENGLISH USED BY WOMEN IN THE HELP MOVIE

Inderajati, Aal and Ubaidillah, . (2016) THE NON STANDARD ENGLISH USED BY WOMEN IN THE HELP MOVIE. In: The 4th ELITE International Conference, October, 18-191" 2016 "Strengthening the capaclty of Research and Practices on English, linguistics, literature and Education". Prosiding, - (-). FITK Press UIN Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, pp. 935-956. ISBN 9786026804082

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Abstract

Non-standard English is a variety of English that does not follow the rules of the English language in general. Non-standard English is usually used by people of immigrants as well as of black An1erican or Afro-America. This research discusses the gratmnatical features of non-standard English that is used by women characters in The Help movie and also the factors that influence it. The discussion in this research uses the theory from T rudgill and Holmes. Moreover, SPEAKING formula proposed by Dell Hathaway Hymes is also used to detem1ine the factors that influence the use of non-standard English. From the analysis, the researcher finds five features of non-standard English used by women characters; they are missing auxiliary verb, construction words, grammatical mistakes, wrong pronoun, and double negative. Those features are found in the 108 data or conversations. The factors which affect the use of non-standard English are Setting and Scene, Participants, Ends, and Genre. Moreover, Participants is the factor that mostly influence the use of non standard English by women in Tl1e Help movie .. Keywords: black women, non-standard English sociolinguistics

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: black women, non-standard English sociolinguistics
Subjects: Sastra Inggris
Divisions: Prosiding (Proceeding)
Depositing User / Editor: Sugeng Hariyanto, SIP (sugeng.hariyanto@uin-suka.ac.id)
Date Deposited: 20 Jul 2018 10:16
Last Modified: 20 Jul 2018 10:16
URI: http://digilib.uin-suka.ac.id/id/eprint/30290

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